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by Richard E. Mann,Rink Mann

eBook Backyard Sugarin' epub
  • ISBN: 0914378201
  • Author: Richard E. Mann,Rink Mann
  • Genre: Cookbooks
  • Subcategory: Cooking by Ingredient
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Countryman Press; Third printing edition (October 1, 1983)
  • ePUB size: 1821 kb
  • FB2 size 1773 kb
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Book Description Countryman Press. Condition: VERY GOOD. Light rubbing wear to cover, spine and page edges. Very minimal writing or notations in margins not affecting the text. Possible clean ex-library copy, with their stickers and or stamp(s). Seller Inventory 2935421876. More information about this seller Contact this seller.

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Backyard sugaring" used to be a big thing among families here in Vermont and I'm glad Rink Mann wrote this simple and practical book to help get us back to it. I bought this book 20 years ago with an eye to give sugaring a try since I have plenty of sugar maples here. Mann starts off with good practical advice about selecting the trees to tap (and they're not limited to only sugar maples) and gives a lot of ideas about times, buckets, equipment, and solving problems (ex: frozen sap).

Rink Mann, Michael Farrell. This little book swept maple sugarin' buffs off their feet when it first appeared and is still the top-selling guide to the craft after over 40 years in print.

Backyard Sugarin’ tells you how you can make maple syrup right in your .

Backyard Sugarin’ tells you how you can make maple syrup right in your own backyard without having to build a. .This is exactly as I remember sugaring with my grandfather 20 years ago. I just didn't understand why he was doing what he was doing. This book was perfect.

This is exactly as I remember sugaring with my grandfather 20 years ago. I was able to boil this spring and we ended up with 4 gallons of syrup without a tremendous effort. After reading this book referred back to it several times. I'll probably read it again before sugaring again next year. It is a quick easy, enjoyable read. If you are a New Englander it will be like hearing a relative tell the story!

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Details for this torrent. Type: Other E-books. This little book swept maple sugarin' buffs off their feet when it first appeared and is still the top-selling guide to the craft after nearly 30 years in print.

trees to boiling the sap, this is the classic, best-selling guide to making maple syrup

This little book swept maple sugarin' buffs off their feet when it.

Good condition. Some usage wear, but intact and the binding is strong.
Comments: (7)
Felolune
"Backyard sugaring" used to be a big thing among families here in Vermont and I'm glad Rink Mann wrote this simple and practical book to help get us back to it.

I bought this book 20 years ago with an eye to give sugaring a try since I have plenty of sugar maples here. Mann starts off with good practical advice about selecting the trees to tap (and they're not limited to only sugar maples) and gives a lot of ideas about times, buckets, equipment, and solving problems (ex: frozen sap).

A great portion of the book has a ton of information about making your own sap evaporators from simple parts like cinder blocks and pans all the way up to near-professional oil-fired evaporators made from 50-gallon drums. His instructions are so good there's little that can go wrong. In my first attempt I used the cinder-block-and-pans method, and the instructions are so clear and practical there was little problem in producing my first 10 gallon batch of great maple syrup!

Since then I've graduated to developing a sugar bush (large stands of maple trees) and pooling resources with neighbors who professionally produce and market local maple syrup. All thanks to Rink Mann for the inspiration.
Cobyno
the author had a ton of great ideas. This was my first book about syrup making and I learned a ton!

I was mildly disappointed to find that the bulk of the information was regarding the engineering of an outdoor evaporating system. I know the title Should have been a give-a-way, but I thought that "backyard sugarin'" meant collecting the sap from your own yard.

We are just experimenting with syrup production on a tiny scale for homeschool purposes. I had hoped that we could use the book as a text for learning history, methodology, etc. Unfortunately, this book did not fill that expectation.
monotronik
My husband and I decided to try tapping our maple trees this year. Since we live on a very limited budget, and also on only one-third of an acre on suburban Long Island with 5 maple trees in our yard, we did not want an expensive or elaborate set up. This book was perfect for showing us how to make a maple syrup without any fancy equipment. Very interesting, easy to follow, and a fun read full of great ideas. We managed to get about 2 gallons of maple syrup in this, our first, year. And it is absolutely delicious. The only reason we quit at 2 gallons is because my husband got sick (flu?) and wasn't able to sit outside tending the fire. So the last batch of sap we collected we have fermenting into maple beer instead. Hopefully that will turn out as well as the maple syrup itself. Anyway, I highly recommend this book.
Questanthr
If you are just getting started in the awesomeness that is maple sugaring; this book is a great introduction.

It will give you general idea on what you'll be getting into and how to do it yourself without spending a fortune on manufactured sugaring equipment (after you've caught the bug you will spend a fortune on manufactured sugaring equipment, trust me).

The author goes to great depths on his descriptions and there are pictures as well (the pictures look better on a color tablet than a black and white kindle).

Having completed a few batches of syrup now, I am happy with the information and techniques contained in this book. Remember, this book is for the hobbyist and an introduction to maple sugaring. If you're a pro it will seem like a kindergarten picture book.
Vizil
This book was a big disappointment. Information is mainly a list of evaporators cobbled together by people back in the 1970's and not much relevant information. I had helped with this process on a farm growing up in the 1950's and 60's and there was basically nothing I didn't already know. I should point out that most of the materials for these burners don't exist anymore in the form of metal barrels etc and now these are all plastic. This book does not have a 2006 publication as indicated at the top of the description, but rather 1991. I found much more specific and accurate information in a 5 pages Ohio State Extension publication (F-36-02) Just not worth the expense.
Opilar
Lots of how to dos on making maple syrup. They spend a lot of time describing different stoves for cooking, but the information about the actual tapping and cooking was very informative. If you are just starting out in making syrup, this book will help a lot. I combined it with the videos I watched on like and made some really good syrup.
Marelyne
I used this book almost exclusively in my first attempt to make maple syrup.
Asked friend and even went to a group to learn, but nothing was more help than this book.
It is a point by point instruction on how to process maple syrup. My expectations were to
get a quart of syrup in my first year, but one I got started with the help of this book, my
end result was 5 gallons. Not bad for a first year producer. Couldn't have done it without
the help of this easy to follow little book...
My husband wants to try his hand at this hobby. He was very pleased with this book and says it was very informative and will save him a lot of money. Thank goodness because he tends to spend a lot of money on new hobbies. Apparently this book not only teaches newbies how to do it, but also teaches you how to do it without spending a lot. So thank you, kind author, for preventing future arguments on finances.
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